In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(regarding worldly goods)económicamentematerialmente
- For all his stiffness and faults, his people were materially a lot better off then than they are now; it's the price of bread that matters most.
- But compared to you I am materially wealthy beyond your wildest dreams.
- We do see, for example, in the materially less well-off a rampant hopelessness and the social effects that come along with it.
- Let's face it: almost all of us wish to be materially rich, even if we want this so that we can do more good in the world.
- Fluctuations in the exchange rate which materially effect the value of European investments are eliminated through currency hedging.
- Nevertheless, stringers perceive of A Team life as culturally distant and materially ideal.
- What a lesson to the West, where we are often materially rich and spiritually bankrupt!
- Even if they are materially disadvantaged they'll still find ways of coping, getting by and making their own entertainment.
- Many people feel empty even in this materially affluent society.
- When they suddenly lost their economical support, they suffered greatly, both materially and spiritually.
- These men are materially poor but spiritually rich.
- Now, a materially minded person might suggest that in market terms, what we have is a serious imbalance between supply and demand.
- He or she will hope to explore his or her full potential in every way, not only materially but also culturally, sexually and spiritually.
- The evidence is clear: in spite of being materially richer, people in rich countries are emotionally poorer.
- It doesn't really matter how materially privileged they are, they are still miserable and we connive at making them even unhappier.
- The golden age envisaged here may, perhaps, be spiritually rich, but it is materially poor.
- I always thought it was something simple, like overcompensating materially for our own spare childhood.
- With her being so materially successful, the pressures became enormous in our relationship.
- His retrenchment had not left him materially impoverished.
- Behavioural economists now say part of the reason we are richer but not happier is because we compare ourselves to people better off materially.
2(considerably)(help/change) sensiblemente(change/help) considerablemente
- So you do not contend that the circumstances are materially different?
- The basis of the refusal was that the house being constructed was materially different to the one for which permission was granted.
- Moreover, these were and are materially different from any of the established uses found in the Inspector's report of October 1962.
- The Secretary of State considers that you have materially embellished your account, concealing material facts.
- We do not consider that the values will have materially changed from those reported in March 1994 in respect of the property at that time.
- The statement was ‘false in material particulars and materially misleading’.
- Your Honour, it is not materially different, in our submission.
- I am satisfied that its condition in 1993 was not materially different.
- In our submission, the question of standard of proof is materially different from the question of pleading.
- If the circumstances materially change, or if the undertakings have held back or misrepresented the truth, the decision may be revoked.
- He noted that most police statements were recorded in broken English and differed materially from evidence by witnesses.
- The different constituencies do not materially affect the semantic structure of the complex expression.
- These facts differ materially from those found in cases where the assumption of responsibility test has been applied.
- But what if the adjudicator finds the facts to be materially different?
- This doesn't materially change my analysis, but I thought that I'd flag the correction.
- What makes it materially different from anything that has come before?
- It is to be noted that this is a stand-alone procedure which differs materially from that of normal licensing applications.
- His interpretation of those events was slightly, but hardly materially, different.
- It is materially different in relation to a reserve system of jurors.
- The circumstances were not materially different from those at the time of the negative screening opinion.
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